ERPLY Joined Hands with Star Micronics to Create a Complete mPOP Bundle
SOMERSET, NJ: ERPLY, a cloud-based Point of Sale (POS) and inventory management software provider collaborated with Star Micronics, a company that delivers secure cash management, and customer solutions, to design an integrated Mobile Point of Purchase (mPOP) suite focused on small/medium-sized businesses. As a provider of easy-to-use Software-as-a-Service for POS, targeting multi-store operations, ERPLY has consolidated its retail operating software with Star's compact mPOP peripheral for a POS solution that is congruent with Android mobile device.
With ERPLY’s software, the power and functionality of a traditional POS system are diverted into hand held devices. The software has built-in inventory management, CRM, accounting, and an eCommerce platform, which is suitable for any retail mPOS bundle. Having partnered with Star Micronics printer peripherals for long time to leverage Star products in Android, iOS, and Windows software for POS, ERPLY has now joined hands with Star to provide Android support for the mPOP.
With mPOP, ERPLY can deliver their customers with a solution that is efficient and reliable. The combination of ERPLY software, Star Micronics mPOP, and Android tablet forms a complete mPOS bundle, which will make the installation much easier for retailers.
“ERPLY is very pleased to be working with Star Micronics and supporting their new mPOP,” says Sander Sebastian Agur, VP of Business Development at ERPLY. “We have always found Star's products to be reliable and easy to integrate, and the mPOP is no different. This is the first all-in-one peripheral that ERPLY has provided support for and we are excited to see it change the face of mPOS solutions for retailers.”
In the days to come, retailers will be able to leverage the benefit of Star's mPOP and ERPLY retail operating software in tandem with Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch devices as well.
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